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I did like everyone else has been doing, I got so involved in the snow and ice talk that I forgot to talk about the severe storm potential in Florida. I am concerned that we see a handful of wind damage reports in Central Florida tomorrow afternoon and evening, maybe one or two isolated tornadoes. Certainly there will be some good downpours. So, y'all down there should keep an eye on the weather as well!
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The tropics are getting busy with two critters to follow; one moving into the Gulf of Mexico steering a lot of moisture into parts of the Southeast.
The heat is about to ease for a few days in Texas while it stays unsettled and muggy in the Southeast. Meanwhile, there are concerns in the tropics.
Hot and dry weather will persist over much of Texas and Oklahoma, the Southeast stays more seasonable with afternoon thunderstorms, and we'll keep an eye on two critters in the tropics.
The Southeast will stay seasonably hot and muggy through this weekend with many places seeing afternoon thunderstorms. Back in Texas and Oklahoma, only a few storms will be seen in the next few days then it gets dry and very hot.
Midsummer heat and humidity continues to cover a lot of the South. Some areas get cooling afternoon storms.
Tropical humidity will return to the Southeast in the coming days, leading to afternoon thunderstorms.
The heat is on down south and humidity is on the rise, the muggy air will stick around for a while.
Florida will stay wet the next several days while most of the rest of the South dries out.